“Best Practice” Courses – Certify Online

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You can now complete accredited certification training online, anytime – anywhere.

Visit www.lgit.joburg to view our online course catalogue of courses on ITIL®, PRINCE2®, TOGAF®, Six Sigma, Lean, Microsoft SQL Server 2016, Windows Server 2016, Exchange Server 2016, Windows 10 and many more …  You have 90 days (3 months) to complete your course at your own pace. Pass your exam … and your are certified.

No need to travel to training venues, be out of office, or stick to a rigid schedule.  So, get certified now!

ITIL Course

ITIL®

IT Service Management

ITIL® is the most widely accepted approach to IT service management in the world. ITIL® can help individuals and organizations use IT to realize business change, transformation and growth.

The ITIL® certification scheme provides a modular approach to the ITIL® framework, and is comprised of a series of qualifications focused on different aspects of ITIL® best practice to various degrees of depth and detail.

The tiered structure of the qualification offers candidates flexibility relating to the different disciplines and areas of ITIL® and the ability to focus their studies on key areas of interest.

There are 5 certification levels within the scheme: Foundation, Practitioner, Intermediate, Expert, Master.

Get your ITIL® Foundation certification

Prince2 course

PRINCE2®

Project Management

PRINCE2 (PRojects IN Controlled Environments) is a widely used project management method that navigates you through all the essentials for running a successful project. PRINCE2 is a flexible method and is aimed at all types of projects.

Get your PRINCE2® Foundation certification

Togaf course

TOGAF®

Enterprise Architecture

TOGAF® certification provides a clear path for professional development and credibility to employers.

This TOGAF certification is:

  •  Used by the world’s leading enterprises to certify a common body of core knowledge about the methodology and framework
  • A trusted, vendor-neutral, globally recognized and portable credential
  • Valuable in demonstrating to employers and peers your commitment to enterprise architecture as a discipline
  • An outstanding career move and a foundational certification in the career of any Enterprise Architect

Get your TOGAF® Foundation certification

Six Sigma course

Six Sigma

Manufacturing Process improvement

Six Sigma is a set of techniques developed and used to ensure process improvement and consistent output in manufacturing.

The goal of Six Sigma method is to ensure the highest quality of manufacturing process outputs by means of identifying the causes of deviations or defects and removing them. The approach is based on the goal of minimizing variability in manufacturing and business processes.

To reach these results, Six Sigma methodology outlines special projects with defined sequences of steps and KPIs, which are mostly quantified targets. Six Sigma KPIs are usually the following: reduced process costs and/or time, reduced pollution, improved customer satisfaction and, ultimately, increased profit.

Get your Six Sigma Foundation (Green Belt) certification

Lean course

Lean

Business process improvement

Adopting the Lean approach allows organizations to eliminate waste along entire value streams. Lean improves business processes in terms of human error, effort, time and finance.

Business process improvement will help organizations to optimize their costs by creating products and services with fewer defects in comparison to a traditional business approach. Therefore, lean-thinking organizations are able to provide more value to their customers without compromising on quality.

They will be able to respond to changing trends and customer demands, offering a wide variety of high quality products at a fraction of the cost and time required by traditional, non-lean thinking organizations.

Get your Lean Foundation certification

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